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22-Apr-2005 - Le Conseil d’administration du Fad a approuvé aujourd’hui à Tunis un prêt de 22 millions d’Unités de compte (UC*) équivalant à 33.23 millions de dollars EU pour financer le Projet d’appui au développement du système de santé (Santé III).
18-Apr-2005 - Tunis, 18 April 2005 – A Pan-African conference on "Promoting the Development of African Women in Business (AWIB) 1: Towards Economic and Social Leadership", opens at the Hotel Hilton Yaoundé in Cameroon on Monday, under the auspices of the Private Sector Department of the African Development Bank (ADB). The event is being co-organized with the African Network for Support to Women Entrepreneurs (ANSWE) and the International Labour Organisation (ILO).
18-Apr-2005 - The "Creation of Sustainable Tsetse and Trypanosomiasis Free Areas in West and East Africa" is a first phase project of a 37-country programme called the Pan-African Tsetse and Trypanosomiasis Eradication Campaign (PATTEC). PATTEC is one of the programmes approved by the African Union under the NEPAD Initiative. The programme strategy is based on the concept of Integrated Pest Management and the Area-Wide Approach. It will be implemented in a sustained and continuous manner through phased series of interlinked and coordinated projects.
18-Apr-2005 - The conference will give the opportunity to (i) exchange experiences and promote networking among key field partners, (ii) raise awareness among stakeholders from all Africa and challenge the existing mind set about "Women in Business" in both the public and private sectors, (iii) discuss implications for donors, institutions and countries on the different issues presented and (iv) come up with concrete recommendations on how to provide more effective support for women entrepreneurship development and businesswomen networking.
Africa’s Financing Requirements for Attaining the MDGs: President Kabbaj advocates increased ODA flows to Africa; further debt reduction; and improved access for Africa’s exports17-Apr-2005 - Mobilizing the resources required for attaining the MDGs would require a number of complementary actions. Domestically, there is a need to deepen financial and banking sector reforms to enhance domestic resource mobilization. In addition, more attractive conditions for the private sector would need to be put in place to encourage greater private investment from both domestic and external investors.
07-Apr-2005 - The Acting Vice President for the North, South and East operations of the ADB Group, Mrs. Zeinab El Bakri, and the Ambassador of the Republic of Sierra Leone to Libya, Mr. Mohammed Samura, signed today in Tunis a loan for an amount of 12 million Units of Account (UA*), equivalent to US$ 18 million to support the Agricultural Sector Rehabilitation Project (ASREP) and a grant for an amount of UA 2.79 million (US$ 4.2 million) to finance the Institutional Support Project to Strengthen the Public Financial Management and the Energy Sectors.
Development Projects Evaluation in Africa: Key decision-makers meet in Tunis to improve aid efficiency processes04-Apr-2005 - This High-Level Seminar is organized by the Joint Africa Institute (JAI), in partnership with the Operations Evaluation Departments (OPEV) from the World Bank and the African Development Bank, as well as the Public Service Commission of South Africa.
01-Apr-2005 - Signé par M. Omar Kabbaj, président du Groupe de la Bad, et par Mme Carol Bellamy, directeur général de l’Unicef (Fonds des Nations unies pour l’enfance), ce protocole permettra de renforcer la coopération entre les deux institutions dans les domaines suivants:
01-Apr-2005 - Signé par M. Omar Kabbaj, président du Groupe de la BAD, et par Mme Carol Bellamy, directeur général de l’Unicef (Fonds des Nations unies pour l’enfance), ce protocole permettra de renforcer la coopération entre les deux institutions dans les domaines suivants:
26-Mar-2005 - Tunis, 26 March 2008 – The Board of Directors of the African Development Fund (ADF) on Wednesday in Tunis approved a proposal for the Bank Group to administer and manage resources for a special fund set up for the reconstruction and development of the Great Lakes Region (SFRD). The request will be submitted to the Bank Group’s Board of Governors for final approval.
AfDB Approves US$ 22.77 Million Debt Relief for The Gambia, endorses AfDB-World Bank Joint Assistance Strategy26-Mar-2005 - Tunis, 26 March 2008 – The Board of Directors of the African Development Fund (ADF), on Wednesday in Tunis approved debt relief of US$ 22.77 million in nominal terms for The Gambia, from January 2001 to July 2013, following the country’s qualification for the enhanced Highly Indebted Poor Countries Initiative (HIPC).
As International Community Observes World Water Day: The AfDB Reaffirms Commitment to Water Development23-Mar-2005 - The statement noted that despite the central role water plays in national development and poverty reduction, the water sector in Africa is severely underdeveloped, with only 3% of the total renewable water resources exploited for water supply, agriculture and industrial use each year. As a result, nearly 50%, or over 300 million mostly poor people living in rural, peri-urban and urban areas, do not have access to safe water supply and adequate sanitation facilities.
16-Mar-2005 - The Board of Directors of the ADB Group approved on Wednesday in Tunis, a loan of 7.74 million Units of Account (UA*), equivalent to US$ 11.77 million to finance the Northern Plains Irrigation Project. The project will ensure the construction of irrigation systems in the northern region of the country, which accounts for 20% of the national sugar cane production and 25% of the food crops.
12-Mar-2005 - Tunis, 12 March 2008 – The Board of Directors of the African Development Bank (AfDB), through its private sector window, has approved a line of credit of US$ 50 million and an equity capital increase of US$ 6.8 million (payable) as well as US$ 40.8 million (callable) to support the Eastern and Southern African Trade and Development Bank, commonly known as the Preferential Trade Area or "PTA" Bank.
Etude d’électrification multinationale : Le Fad soutient l’intégration régionale dans le domaine de l’énergie en Afrique de l’Ouest11-Mar-2005 - Le vice président par intérim pour les opérations Centre et Ouest du Groupe de la Bad, M. Jaouad Mohammed Gharbi, et le Secrétaire exécutif de l’Oganisation pour la mise en valeur du fleuve Gambie (OMVG), M. Mamadou Nassirou Diallou, ont signé à Tunis, un accord de don de 3,45 millions d’unités de compte (UC)* (5,20 millions de dollars EU), pour financer une étude hydro-électrique au profit des pays membres de l’OMVG.
07-Mar-2005 - The summit, which took place in Abuja, Nigeria, discussed broadly the question of accelerating the implementation of the NEPAD Short Term Action Plan (STAP) for infrastructure. In particular, the summit offered two days of intensive brainstorming on which mechanisms would be best suited to build capacity at the Regional Economic Communities (RECs) level. The summit The participants agreed on key critical interventions and measures to ensure the success of the STAP initiative.
07-Mar-2005 - The Acting Vice President for the North, South and East operations of the AfDB Group, Mrs. Zeinab El Bakri, and the African Virtual University (AVU) Chief of Education, Mr. Peter Dzvimbo Kuzvinetsa, signed today in Tunis a grant agreement of 5.00 million Units of Account (UA*), equivalent to 7.66 million.
AfDB Group Earmarks More Funds for NEPAD: Focus on infrastructure development to accelerate African integration04-Mar-2005 - Tunis, 4 March 2005 – The African Development Bank (AfDB) Group has earmarked more than 500 million US dollars in 2005 for the financing of new projects within the framework of the New Partnership for Africa’s Development, (NEPAD). The proposed funding is in line with the Bank’s efforts to accelerate the development of sub-regional and regional infrastructure, which, along with banking and financial standards within the APRM framework, constitute two key areas in which the ADB has been assigned a leadership role under NEPAD.
04-Mar-2005 - Enter your complete press release hereThe African Development Fund (ADF), the concessional window of the African Development Bank (ADB) Group will support the Good Governance programmes in Malawi. The Acting Vice President for the North, South and East operations of the ADB Group, Mrs. Zeinab El Bakri, and the Malawi Ambassador to Egypt, Mr.Yahya M’Madi, signed today in Tunis a loan agreement for the Support to Good Governance Program. The Bank Group’s contribution for the financing of this project amounts to 12 million Units of Account (UA...
04-Mar-2005 - The focus of the MOU, which followed several years of informal partnership, is field level collaboration between the Bank and DFID in the following areas: